Beginnings Along the Way: An Introduction to Christian Faith, a Participant's Companion

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Abingdon Pr, May 1, 2003 - Religion - 219 pages
INTRO TO CHRISTIANITY 101How can you begin to teach seekers and new Christians who have little or no prior exposure to religion?How do you condense the many years of Bible teaching we take for granted, and answer the most important questions of Christianity'Śin just a few sessions?Where do you start?To answer these unique needs, Cokesbury offers ' Beginnings: An Introduction to the Christian Faith.The 12 sessions of this study introduce the most basic themes of Christianity and explore the most fundamental questions of religion, such as 'What is Sin? What is Salvation? Who is Jesus and What Did He Do? Can I Be Forgiven? What Happens When I Die? Why Should I Join a Group?Beginnings: An Introduction to Christian Faith is a 9-12 week small-group study about basic Christian beliefs. It is intended for adults hungry for an intentional walk with God that encourages a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. It targets inquirers, explorers, seekers, and new church members and is designed to begin where these adults are on their spiritual journey. ______________________________________________ Along the Way: A Participant's Companion This participant's private reading book expands on the themes of the 12 sessions in the Beginnings: An Introduction to Christian Faith small-group study. These private readings will enhance the participant's experience. It can also be read separately for personal study. ( Along the Way is an accompaniment to the Beginnings Participant's Guide , which provides space to journal & take notes and includes an outline, scripture references, and quotes to help paritcipants focus on the content of the session.) Need more information? Visit View or download a free sample lesson .

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